Road to war - Hist notes World War 2 Road to war Also...

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Hist notes: 4/19/2011 World War 2 Road to war Also traced back to treaty of v ( consequences) U.S. had taken isolationist stance to world affairs o Rise of totalitarian Regimes Italy: Mussolini: comes to power in 1922, versioned return of glory days of Roman Empire. 1935 Italian force invades Ethiopia, unsuccessful Greece invasion Germany: Hitler elected in 1933: plays on anger of Germans: over loss of Great War, economic problems, appeals to German Nationalism. Not to mention racial pride Instantly begins rebuilding German Military. Finds League of Nations won’t do anything Japan: Rapidly industrialization. Hopes to become major power in Asia (kick out western powers). Greater East Asia co-prosperity Sphere: Disguised unification of east asia, but allowed Japan to grow in military strength o U.S. Response: America drew back even further as tensions rose. NYE committee: investigatory committee (1934-1936), helped illustrate public desire of isolationist. Were see why US got involved in the Great War, so that it could avoid it in the future Focused on Munitions makers Those who funded the war Conclusion
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